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The loft is always warmer than the outside air. On average, throughout the year, day and night, this equates to around 3 degrees centigrade. Although 3 degrees is the average, the variation in loft temperature is over 30 degrees centigrade, depending on solar gain.
Many home heating systems are programmed to switch off at around 9am and switch on again at around 5pm. During this time the sun may be shining and the loft temperature increases. The Vericure 2000 House will use this free heat to boost the temperature in the home, meaning that when the heating system switches on it uses much less fuel to bring the home to the desired temperature. In addition, you will find that the diffuser re-circulates the heat at ceiling level on your landing. This is a patented and valuable feature unique to the Vericure 2000 House .
During the summer months the temperature in your loft can be excessive. It would be most uncomfortable to bring this heat into the home. The Vericure 2000 House will sense this condition and automatically move into standby mode. The unit will start again when the temperature reduces to an acceptable level.
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